Introducing support for Appium 2.0

Hey folks 👋 

Now harness the real power of mobile test automation with Appium 2.0 on LambdaTest real device cloud for Android testing 📱 

Appium 2.0 is an upgrade to the Appium framework that comes with powerful features to make the most of your testing experience.🚀 

To use Appium 2.0 for Android app automation, pass the following capability in your test script.

appiumVersion : '2.0'

Bug fixes 🐞

  • Fixed a bug in real-time app testing for scroll gestures using a mouse wheel or trackpad on a real iOS device.

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Camera Image Injection and QR Code Scanning in Real Time and Automated App Testing 📸

Hey Folks 👋 

Glad to announce that the Camera Injection feature for iOS is now live in LambdaTest's Real Time and Automated App testing.  

You can test various Camera use cases, from capturing images to scanning QR codes and Barcodes.

Note: The Camera Injection feature is currently available on real iOS devices. It will soon be available on Android devices.

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LambdaTest's HyperExecute is now available at the Microsoft Azure Marketplace!

Hey Folks 😀 

Our intelligent test orchestration platform - HyperExecute, is now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. 💥 

Testers and developers can now deploy and manage their cloud applications on the productive and trusted Azure platform. ☁️



We are now one step closer to helping the QA & developer communities ship code at lightning speed.🚀 

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Test Android Apps using Espresso, Enterprise Entitlements for iOS Apps, and more!

Hey Folks 👋 

Mobile app automation using Espresso is now live on LambdaTest 💥 

With Espresso framework, you can perform app automation testing of your Android applications on LambdaTest Real Device Cloud. 🚀

Note: Currently, we've rolled out Espresso testing in the Beta phase 🅱

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Check out a few more additions to App Automation 👇 

  • Support for Enterprise Entitlements for iOS Apps [Beta]. Please refer to our iOS Entitlements documentation.
  • region capability to specify the device location from US or EU region 🌏 
  • Get the dynamically allocated device by adding the suffix [.*] in the deviceName capability. For exampleiPhone.* will fetch you any iPhone device from our device pool 📱 
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